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Phu Yao Bridge, one of the many elics of the Vietnam War, is a tourist attraction for travellers keen on discovering the legacy of Vietnam's war history.

Re-visiting war grounds carries on brotherhood legacy

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A former soldier of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) speaks of his war experience and re-integration to visitors intrigued by Vietnam's past.

Destinations: Malaysia | Shan State | Vietnam | Korea, S | Mekong River | Cambodia | China | Laos | Thailand | Philippines
Topics: Travel | Culture | Working Abroad | War & Conflict

A Kengtung Hiking Adventure

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Kengtung is a town surrounded by mountains and is an exotic blend of Shan, Burmese, Thai and Chinese...

Destinations: Shan State | Burma
Topics: Adventure
Improvisation is the key in developing team exercises. A shortage of equipment does not have to result in a shortage of enjoyment.

Coaching the Tigers of Loi Tailang

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Amidst hills and forests on a place unlikely to be located on a map, a dusty field in the Internally Displaced Persons village of Loi Tailang, Burma, gives students residing in an orphanage the chance to emulate their footballing heroes.

Destinations: Shan State | Burma
Topics: Sports | War & Conflict
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